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Velocity Systems – Long Sleeve BOSS Rugby Now Available

The BOSS Rugby is now available with Long Sleeves.

The active cut is athletic and mobile making it a great range shirt or replacement for the polo for everyday wear.  The material is comfortable and quick to dry. 

The two envelope pockets on the sleeve accept hook backed patches.

  • Modern Rugby Style Collar
  • Two Envelope Pockets on the Sleeves
  • Loop on Sleeve Pockets
  • Highly Breathable
  • Enhanced wicking chemistry
  • Dynamic Stretch and Recovery
  • Non-chafing Heat Seal Tagless Label

83% Nylon 17% Spandex

Sizing Guide:
Sm / Md / Lg / XL / 2X / 3X
38 / 40 / 44 / 46 / 52 / 56 (Chest)
30 / 32 / 34 / 38 / 44 / 48 (Waist)

www.velsyst.com/store/197/184/BOSS-Rugby-Long-Sleeve

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10 Responses to “Velocity Systems – Long Sleeve BOSS Rugby Now Available”

  1. Jon, OPT says:

    Much winning going on there.

    Jon, OPT

  2. Sting says:

    Soooooo……. Multicam…???????

  3. Jim says:

    i wish this shirt came in red. It would be the perfect instructor shirt.

    • D says:

      ? Like for an LEA?

    • Bill says:

      I’m a LE firearms instructor, and pretty much refuse to wear a red shirt. I figure my odds of getting shot on the range are higher than on the street, and want the medics to find the leaks as easily as possible. I also think that if the trainees and troops can’t identify me as an instructor without a special shirt, I’m doing it wrong.

      Between shooting on steel, melanoma, sun poisoning, bug bites, gravel rash, and female trainees distracted by my muscular, python like arms, I tend towards light colored long sleeves year round.

      And the “perfect” instructor shirt would be able to hold mass quantities of pens and markers. I like biking jerseys, not only because they vent well, but they have those water bottle pockets in back which are handy for all sorts of things like notebooks, blow-out kits, and even water bottles. Plus people think you’re nuts, therefore they pay close attention to what you say.

      • Jim says:

        I agree about holding pens and markers.

        For me the red shirt is less to identify me to my agents and more to identify me to other instructors. We do not have our own training facilities so we use other agencies mat rooms, ranges, and shoot houses. I have found that it helps when interacting with the instructors and management of the host facility.

  4. fact275 says:

    I agree with SSD that these are the go-to range shirts on the market. Unfortunately, the MC version did not have any loop but that was fixed with a visit to the local tailor.